Profession rhabilleurs - À découvrir ! #Repost @passionhorlogere (@get_repost)
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Mikhail Gorbachev was the first celebrity who started wearing this watch model early in 80s. When visiting Italy he was asked by a journalist what Perestroika meant for him. Gorbachev immediately replied that Russians had decided to start living from Zero and to illustrate this he showed them his Raketa watch with “0” instead of “12”. worldwide delivery on www.raketa-shop.com #russianmade#madeinrussia#raketawatches#raketa#russia#montres#uhren#spb#russiansouvenir#moscow
It would not be #bluewatchmonday without my @omega SMP now would it!? Since I was home today, figured I’d add in my @seikowatchofficial turtle to help combat those #Mondayblues . Hope everyday had a productive money, and time to kick it for this week! Only a few days till some days off.. #omega#smp
I never get bored of this movement powering my Montblanc Villeret chronograph grand feu enamel, a series of very limited production watches launched back in 2008 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Minerva, in continuous operation since 1858.
Next year is the 160th anniversary . I wonder what Montblanc has in store for this venerable manufacture, now part of Montblanc Villeret. My beautiful calibre 13.21 on this pic . I love the V Bridge and the Minerva arrowhead. (It's not a devil's tail guys ! :p)
Ulysse Nardin Grand Deck Marine Tourbillon: the dial miniaturizes elements of the deck of a classic racing yacht, including a wood deck, winches, lines and a mainsail boom. A blued aluminum minutes hand represents the boom, the horizontal spar used to angle the mainsail on a racing boat. It swings down from the 12 o’clock position, sweeping across a retrograde minutes scale that extends from 3 to 6 o’clock. It is literally pulled across the scale by strong high-tech fibers that wrap around two “rigging screws” and two pinions designed to resemble – and function as – the winches on the deck of a racing yacht. The winches use a drive gear, a spiral tensioning spring, and two lock pins to “tack” the boom. The lines are thinner than a human hair, measuring 0.0357 mm in diameter, and are capable of withstanding traction of 1.41 kg (about 3.10 pounds) without stretching. They are made of polyethylene Dyneema®, a fiber used in ship’s rigging that is many times stronger than steel. Once the boom reaches the 60-minute position, it jumps back to zero in about 4 seconds – a delay that is calibrated with a special regulator that maintains the accuracy of the minutes. The mechanism is linked to a flying tourbillon in the manual-wound Caliber UN-630, which is made up of 469 components and has a frequency of 3 Hz and a 48-hour power reserve.
The @meccaniche.veneziane Arsenale. A strong and larger piece (45mm) with a cool used look. It comes in a beautiful wooden box, with a second strap and runs a Miyota or a Swiss made automatic movement.🤘🏻🤘🏻/#advertisement
#dubaiwatchweek2017 and "Watchmaking master-class with David Candaux" came to an end. Regarding to that, a huge Thank You to the organizer of this wonderful event and especially thank you to Seddiqi family and to all the participants with whom I had the great pleasure to share my passion of watchmaking throughout the history of Vallée de Joux.